Photoshop Elements suggests 3 methods of paragraph text alignment - "Left Align" (fig. 0), "Center", and "Right Align".
E+ adds to those so called "justification", which means aligning text lines to the both edges.
- Create in your document a text paragraph (as opposed to "single-line" text).
- Open the "Text" dialog.
- In the "Align" menu, choose one of the justification methods
Actually, the four options only differ in the last line's behavior:
- "Left Justified" aligns the last line to the left edge of the paragraph (fig. 1).
- "Center Justified" puts the last line to the paragraph center (fig. 2).
- "Right Justified" aligns the last line to the right edge (fig. 3).
- "Fully Justified" aligns the last line to the both edges of the paragraph (fig. 4).